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Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratories - GEO Initiative 2020-2022 GSNL Implementation plan March 2019 i 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2
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AUTHORS LIST Name Function Author S. Salvi GSNL SAC Chair Contributo r F. Amelung SAC Member Contributo r F. Haslinger SAC Member Contributo r C. Meertens SAC Member Contributo r J. Danzeglocke CEOS DCT member Contributo r G. Puglisi Supersite Coordinator Contributo r S. Borgstrom Supersite Coordinator Contributo r F. Sigmundsso n Supersite Coordinator Contributo r M. Poland Supersite Coordinator Contributo r S. Ergintav Supersite Coordinator Contributo r P. Mothes Supersite Coordinator Contributo r I. Hamling Supersite Coordinator Contributo r C. Balagizi Supersite Coordinator Contributo r C. Wicks Supersite Coordinator Contributo r S. Lalechos Supersite Coordinator Contributo r L. Lara Supersite Coordinator DOCUMENT CHANGE RECORD Issue/Revision Date Reason for Change Changed Pages/Sections 1.0 First issue All pages i 3 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 4
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (2 PAGES) ........................................................................................................ 4 2. PURPOSE ................................................................................................................................................. 6 3. BACKGROUND AND PREVIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS ............................................................................... 9 4. RELATIONSHIP TO THE SENDAI FRAMEWORK FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND OTHER WORK PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES ............................................................................................................... 12 5. STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING ............................................................. 13 6. GOVERNANCE ....................................................................................................................................... 15 7. RESOURCES .......................................................................................................................................... 17 8. TECHNICAL SYNOPSIS ........................................................................................................................ 18 9. DATA POLICY ......................................................................................................................................... 20 10. WBS IN SEPARATE TABLES ............................................................................................................. 22 11. ANNEXES ........................................................................................................................................... 23 i 5 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 6
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1. Executive summary (2 pages) Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratory initiative - GSNL GEO Initiative Overview The Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratory initiative (GSNL) is a voluntary international partnership aiming to improve, through an Open Science approach, geophysical scientific research and geohazard assessment in support of Disaster Risk Reduction. The GSNL goal is pursued promoting broad international scientific collaboration and open access to a variety of space- and ground-based data, focusing on areas with high geohazard and risk levels, the Supersites and the Natural Laboratories. For these areas a joint effort is carried out: the space agencies provide satellite imagery at no cost for scientific use, the monitoring agencies provide access to ground-based data, the international scientific community employs these data to generate new scientific results which are eventually delivered to decision makers. The decision-making processes which are functional to achieve effective DRR occur at national and local scales and involve a variety of public bodies. To be well received and effectively support decisions, the scientific information generated at the international scale must reach the appropriate stakeholders in the proper way and form. For this reason, the Supersites are coordinated by local geohazard scientific institutions which have a mandate, in the respective national risk management frameworks, to provide authoritative information to public decision makers and the population. This ensures a rapid uptake of the information by stakeholders, benefiting hazard assessment, disaster monitoring and response actions.
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